In this course we explore and discuss how software technology can help to achieve strategic goals and can be leveraged to strengthen your leadership position and move forward toward higher levels of achievements.
This training focuses on what a typical project software can and can’t do for your project and organization. Examples with MS project are presented.
Distribution of PDUs:
As per PMI Talent Triangle™
• Technical: 3 PDUs
• Leadership 6 PDUs
• Strategic and Business: 6 PDUs
• Total PDUs: 15
This course will guide you to develop a thorough understanding of the productivity and strategic benefits of a PM software. You will learn how to lead more efficiently by leveraging PM software functionalities.
We will discuss how software technology can help to achieve strategic goals and can help you strengthen your leadership position and move forward toward higher levels of achievements.
Module 1: Project Software Challenges and Opportunities
Module 2: Project Tasks Management – Software Basic Scheduling Tools
Module 3: Project Resources and Dynamic Scheduling Tools
Module 4: Project Estimating and Resources Optimization
Module 5: Project Communication – Software Advanced Tools
Module 6: Project Change Management – Software Custom Tools
- 12 Presentations
- 6 Best practice surveys
- 6 Articles Discussion
- 6 quick quizzes
How To Claim Continuing Education PDUs
To claim and report your earned PDUs, go to PMI’S CCRS at ccrs.pmi.org. Go to “Report PDUs”, select the option “Course or Training” and fill in the form to indicate the course details including the provider and course name, description, and date started/completion. Verify the accuracy of your claim before submitting.
The training certificate is issued by the “International Campus For Project Management Education” and is a valid proof that you have completed activities pertaining to PMI CCRS category “EDUCATION”.